Review – Alienation and Freedom

Karthick Ram Manoharan • Dec 5 2018 • Features

This book provides in English hitherto unpublished works of Fanon and gives us greater insights into his personality besides providing a complete picture of his thought.

Interview – Columba Achilleos-Sarll

E-International Relations • Nov 26 2018 • Features

Columba Achilleos-Sarll discusses her PhD research on the Women, Peace and Security Agenda, foreign policy analysis and the role of gender in the Brexit negotiations.

The ‘Forgotten Double’: Reflections at a Johannesburg War Memorial

Peter Vale • Nov 19 2018 • Articles

Experiences of ‘the international’ include folklore, legend, and oral history – places where IR is unable to go because of its preoccupation with rationality and order. It is time this cloak is removed.

Review – Multipolar Globalization: Emerging Economies and Development

Sérgio Costa • Sep 19 2018 • Features

This book presents a clear and convincing argument for the shift from a Western centered globalization to a multipolar one and also considers multicentric perspectives.

Scopic Regimes, Drones, and the Visual Turn in International Relations

Kyle Grayson and Jocelyn Mawdsley • Aug 13 2018 • Articles

The discipline of international relations needs to better engage with different ways of seeing, particularly those arising outside of western traditions.

Interview – William Brown

E-International Relations • Aug 2 2018 • Features

William Brown gives his views on the impact of the legacy of colonialism upon Africa, relations between the EU and Africa, and the relevance of IR to African studies.

Interview – Robbie Shilliam

E-International Relations • Jun 14 2018 • Features

Robbie Shilliam talks about the obstacles to decolonizing the academy, postcolonial politics, his forthcoming book Race and the Undeserving Poor and studying IR theory.

Colonialism: Why Write Back?

George Sefa Dei and Chizoba Imoka • Jan 3 2018 • Articles

European knowledge conception of development needs to be brought down from its high global pedestal and put alongside other sidelined, non-European knowledge systems.

Introducing Postcolonialism in International Relations Theory

Sheila Nair • Dec 8 2017 • Articles

Postcolonialism asks tough questions about how and why a hierarchical international order has emerged and challenges mainstream IR’s core assumptions about power and how it operates.

10th Anniversary Interview – Charlotte Epstein

E-International Relations • Dec 7 2017 • Features

To celebrate E-IR’s 10th anniversary we asked some of our existing interviewees two further questions reflecting on the last decade in International Relations.

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